Department of Education
Master of Education (M.Ed.) Degree
Major in Educational Diagnostician (Standard Professional Certificate)
|EPSY||6350||Exceptional Children in the Mainstream of Society|
|EDSP||6352||Instructional Programming for Students with Intellectual Disabilities|
|EDSP||6357||Teaching Secondary Students with Mild Disabilities in Inclusive Classrooms|
More about the Masters Degree Program for Educational Diagnostician. Click this link for Program Objectives.
A candidate must:
EDPD 6303, EDPD 6304, and EDPD 6329.
EPSY 6322 and EPSY 6374.
EDSP 6354, EDSP 6356, EDSP 6358, EDSP 6359, EDSP 6364, EDSP 6376, and EDSP 6377.
Note: All diagnostician students may graduate with a M.Ed. degree upon completion of 36 semester hours and successful completion of a comprehensive examination given during the last semester of course work. All 36 hours must be completed for educational diagnostician certification, as well as state-mandated proficiency test(s). Also, 2 years of teaching experience in an accredited public or private school and teacher certification are required. All assessment courses must be taken at West Texas A&M University. No assessment course work from other universities is accepted, and experience in special education is not considered in place of required courses.A practicum is required for Texas certification and must be completed in a school accredited or approved by the Texas Education Agency and approved by WTAMU.
Learn about the Special Education Core Course Descriptions.